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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- Researching Historic Visual Sources
This course will look at the range of material including maps, topographical views, architectural drawings, plans and early photographs available for British sites and provide practical guidance on how this material can be obtained, used and interpreted
- Marine Development and the Historic Environment
This course will provide an introduction to how the historic environment should be included within coastal and marine development projects.
- Origins of Human Behaviour (Online)
What makes humans different from other primates? When did we become human? The course reviews the archaeological and fossil evidence for the development of human behaviour from six million years ago to the end of the last ice age.
- King Arthur: Fact or Fiction
The story of the ‘Once and Future’ King Arthur is one of our most enduring legends. This course will examine the historical reality behind the Arthur legend, through the evidence of archaeology, chronicles and literature.
- Undergraduate Advanced Diploma in British Archaeology
The Advanced Diploma in British Archaeology is an undergraduate one-year part-time course offering progression from the Diploma in Archaeology or other similar assessed course.
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